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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.





Sue Kowalski shows cooking items made by blacksmithing and how they would of been used in the 18th century,





The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Sue Kowalski shows cooking items made by blacksmithing and how they would of been used in the 18th century, The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.



Three-year-old Zan Perera rings a iron triangle, a dinner bell.







The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Three-year-old Zan Perera rings a iron triangle, a dinner bell. The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.





Sue Kowalsk leads a tour of the Hyland House. Here she is discussing the keeping room.





The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Sue Kowalsk leads a tour of the Hyland House. Here she is discussing the keeping room. The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.





Tony Kowalski works on a fashioning a nail. In the 18th-century all nails would of been made by hand.





The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Tony Kowalski works on a fashioning a nail. In the 18th-century all nails would of been made by hand. The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.





Tony Kowalski works on a fashioning a nail. In the 18th-century all nails would of been made by hand.





The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Tony Kowalski works on a fashioning a nail. In the 18th-century all nails would of been made by hand. The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.





Tony Kowalski works on a fashioning a nail. In the 18th-century all nails would of been made by hand.





The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Tony Kowalski works on a fashioning a nail. In the 18th-century all nails would of been made by hand. The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.





Sean Heather listens as Tony Kowalski shares information about blacksmithing.





The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Sean Heather listens as Tony Kowalski shares information about blacksmithing. The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.





Tony Kowalski works on a fashioning a nail. In the 18th-century all nails would of been made by hand.





The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Tony Kowalski works on a fashioning a nail. In the 18th-century all nails would of been made by hand. The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.





Zan Perea, 3 is handed a nail made during the blacksmithing demonstration. His dad, and twin brother, River 9 (left) looks on.





The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Zan Perea, 3 is handed a nail made during the blacksmithing demonstration. His dad, and twin brother, River 9 (left) looks on. The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration.





Holmes Brown of Guilford talks with Sue Kowalski outside the Hyland House Museum.





The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org

On Saturday September 9th the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration. Holmes Brown of Guilford talks with Sue Kowalski outside the Hyland House Museum. The Museum is fundraising to raise a new roof. For more information go to www.hylandhouse.org (Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

Hyland House Museum Hosts Blacksmithing Demonstration

Published Sep. 13, 2017

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On Sept. 9, the Hyland House Museum hosted an introduction to 18th-century blacksmithing demonstration—here, Tony Kowalski stokes the forge with a hand cranked blower.

Next up for the museum is a Sunday, Oct. 29 Jazz & Art by the Sea fundraiser at The Owenego Inn in Branford to raise funds for a new roof. For more information, visit www.hylandhouse.org.

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